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Articles by Md. Abdus Sattar
Total Records ( 2 ) for Md. Abdus Sattar
  Md. Shahidul Haque , Md. Abdus Sattar and M. Habibur Rahman Pramanik
  Study was conducted to determine the effects of various land configurations on dry matter production, distribution and growth of garlic. Ridge planting method significantly influenced total dry matter (TDM) production and its distribution into root, stem and leaf. It had higher total, stem, root and leaf dry matter, leaf area index (LAI) and crop growth rate (CGR) over furrow and flat methods of planting. Varietal difference in dry matter partitioning and growth of garlic was revealed in this study. The cv. Faridpur that had highest clove weight produced higher total, stem, root and leaf dry matter, LAI and CGR over the other two cultivars.
  Md. Shahidul Haque , Md. Abdus Sattar and M. Habibur Rahman Pramanik
  A field experiment was conducted to study the effects of ridge, furrow and flat planting methods on performance of three cultivars of garlic. Plant height was significantly affected and plants on ridges had the maximum height. Individual bulb weight, bulb diameter and 100 cloves weight were significantly higher in ridge method compared with other two methods. While, the number of cloves per bulb was higher in furrow method. The higher individual bulb weight, bulb diameter and 100 cloves weight of the plants grown in ridges gave a corresponding higher yield of garlic. Among the cultivars, cv. Faridpur had significantly higher individual bulb weight, bulb diameter, 100 cloves weight and a corresponding higher yield. However, it had few cloves per bulb compared with other two cultivars. Planting in ridges has potential application for the yield improvement of garlic.
 
 
 
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